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    Was doing a bit of work in the greenhouse today, and thought I'd capture a few images of some of the things which caught my eye. Please pardon the relatively poor quality of these photos; many of them have very limited depth of field, and the lighting was not the best, either!

    This is an N. aristolochioides lower pitcher, between 7 and 8 cm tall. The coloration on these babies is nice!


    Here is an image of an upper pitcher of N. dubia. It has not yet completely finished opening.


    Here, we have a nice lower pitcher of N. ephippiata. This is
    one of my favorite species, and the uppers are even better
    than the lowers!


    One of the most ethereal pitchers, in my opinion, is the upper pitcher of N. glabrata, seen here. This one is about 10 cm tall.


    Here's a shot of a nice form of N. gymnamphora:

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    Here are a few more:

    Here's something really cool! One of my N. hamata recently flowered. Notice the compact distribution of the flowers!


    Here are a couple of shots of N. lowii uppers. The first is a picture of a nice upper from a clone found on G. Mulu; the other features a shot of a clone from G. Kinabalu. Note that the first pitcher has not yet finished opening.




    This image features a small lower pitcher of a mottled form of the recently discovered N. mirabilis var. Rowanae:


    N. pilosa is a very pretty plant, and here it is:


    A new N. platychila pitcher has opened. The peristome of successive pitchers is increasing in width.



    Here are a couple of fairly pretty varieties of N. veitchii:




    Finally, here is an image of a lower pitcher of N. vogelii:

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    Arrow

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    WOW

    The N. platychila looks awesome. How big is the plant?

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    Really, really great! I love all of them! That N. playtchila is my favorite, as is the N. ephippiata.

    Is it settled that the "Rowanae" is a form of N. mirabilis and not it's own species?

    Capslock
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    love them all!
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    By the way, can I trade you somethin' for some N. Hamata seeds if you get any, I'd trade you a VFT or Purpurea
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    very nice!!
    Expression = Maneuverability x Coiffure squared

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    I love this forum =)

    Absolutely stunning plants, and great photos!

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